Through The Lens
“It’s not doing something that makes you super rich, but doing something that puts your heart at ease.”
Using Art to Break Walls
French artist JR turns walls of division and separation into bridges of unity and understanding.
Summer of 1997
School’s out, let’s go out and enjoy nature and good food. Let’s not worry about the past or the future- we’re happy right now. Let’s pretend we don’t have problems, and escape thoughts of work and school.
Member Art Spotlight: Auri Ford
Sometimes you don't know what you're making and you know what you want to make so you make it and then realize you knew what you wanted to make all along.
The spine pleads to its owner to be compassionate and to realize that they are nothing without it.
Back to Your Roots
My best friend Cecilia was born in Mexico City, Mexico and lived there until she was two but because she left at such a young age, she had no memory of her country.
This series of photographs is based off of injuries and the body’s capabilities. It features an abstraction and reconfiguration of the human body, creating mystery for the observer.
For Evan Kharrazi, dance is all about the audience. Seeking to genuinely connect with the people for whom he performs, Kharrazi, Hotel Administration senior, “looks to impact the people around” him.
The connection between body and mind lends itself to the realization of freedom. Free from the constraints and rules of the world, a balanced sense of self allows for a natural flow of creativity.
Earlier this past March, Kendrick Lamar, the multi-platinum rapper and recording artist, released untitled unmastered., a collection of eight tracks compiled from the unfinished demos of To Pimp a Butterfly.